We exist to seek to help everyone to know Jesus, worship him and share his love.
Clipsham is part of the family of churches of Cottesmore, Greetham, Stretton, Exton, Thistleton and Clipsham. It is well loved. It has a fine village church built over several centuries in local stone with Norman arches and pillars. There is a C13th tower with unusual broach spire and three C17th bells. The west window is an unusual bird window. Above the north door is the beautifully carved Royal Coat of Arms from 1603-48. The South Aisle is C14th. There are several interesting memorials, including one by Pugin. The church was restored in 1858 and much of the stained glass dates from this time. If you wish to be emailed a weekly copy of The Herald from the Hub, the newsletter for our family of parishes (Cottesmore, Greetham, Stretton, Clipsham, Thistleton and Exton) please contact us.
For more details of services please visit the Benefice website: www.northrutlandchurches.org.uk